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Measurements of network traffic have shown that self-similarity is a ubiquitous phenomenon spanning across diverse network environments. In previous work, we have explored the feasibility of exploiting long-range correlation structure in self-similar traffic for congestion control. We have...
We present an approximate analytical method to evaluate efficiently and accurately the call blocking probabilities in wavelength routing networks with multiple classes of calls. The model is fairly general and allows each source-destination pair to service calls of different classes, with each...
This article presents a method for the computation of the equivalent bandwidth of an aggregate of heterogeneous self-similar sources, as well as the time scales of interest for queueing systems fed by a fractal Brownian motion (fBm) process. Moreover, the fractal leaky bucket, a novel policing...
Several recent traffic measurement studies have convincingly shown the presence of self-similarity in modern high-speed networks, involving a very important revolution in the stochastic modeling of traffic. Thus the use of self-similar processes has opened new problems and research fields in...
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